Kyle LeathersPh.D. candidate
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I am a graduate student interested in how environmental stressors and species interactions affect communities. I enjoy exploring new scientific questions and have a broad research background in aquatic ecology. My previous work includes pharmaceutical and pesticide pollution’s effects on intraguild predation and computational fluid dynamics models that are used to simulate crustacean olfactory search. I am looking forward to investigating the effects of streamflow alteration on community composition and food web dynamics in the Ruhi Lab.